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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 01-07-03, 02:30 AM Thread Starter
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Too drunk to drive?

The answer is simple... Get your 5yo to steer while you operate the pedals.

It's a pity you don't need a license to reproduce.

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post #2 of 7 (permalink) Old 01-07-03, 04:09 AM
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saw that. apologies, but i put this in another post...didnt know you had already done so.

i bet that if you asked this stupid bitch, she would carry on about how much she loves her kids and would NEVER do anything to hurt them cos they mean everything to her.

people like this should be prohibited from breeding. maybe this is the correct method of stopping the breeding process in people like her...===>>>

You wash your car like it was your firstborn child, you tend to its needs like it was your own body, you protect it like it's your family, then you drive it like you stole it.

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My 5yo can steer the car into the car port now. I may take her for a fang down the Bli Bli road Saturday night to see how she handles it. I may need a few beers first so I don't get scared.
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I may need a few beers first so I don't get scared.
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LOL...however, if you were any sort of parent, you would give her a couple of shots of vodka to settle her nerves too...i might get a bit scary for her as well

You wash your car like it was your firstborn child, you tend to its needs like it was your own body, you protect it like it's your family, then you drive it like you stole it.

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Well she had to she obvously couldn't walk home !!

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/me wonders why on earth at 1am a five year old is still awake, I know my kids never where at that age.........

My kids have also had fun behind the steering wheel as littlies ......but never on a public road ........

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.....and to top it off, no one was wearing seatbelts, not even the 9 yr old in the passenger seat. Hope they throw the book at her.

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